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Being a person in the European Union / Loïc Azoulai, Ségolène Barbou des Places and Etienne Patau Emancipation through law? / Floris de Witte Alienation, despair and social freedom / Alexander Somek The subjectification of the citizen in European public law / Marco Dani The persona of EU law / Damian Chalmers Ambiguities of personhood, citizenship, migration and fundamental rights in EU law / Daniel Thym Neo-medieval permutations of personhood in the European Union / Dimitry Kochenov The "enlisted terrorist" : institutionalising personhood in EU law / Charlotte Beaucillon The integrated person in EU law / Ségolène des Places The european individual as part of collective entities (market, family, society) / Loïc Azoulai Union citizenship, social integration and crime: duties through crime / Stephen Coutts The Roma population : a borderline case / Sophie Robin-Olivier Human embryos as persons in EU law? / Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez Civil registration through the prism of gender : revealing discriminations / Anne-Marie Leroyer The legal subject, the social class and identity-based rights / Hans-W Micklitz A family status for the European citizen? / Etienne Pataut.
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Print version: Constructing the person in EU law rights, roles, identities Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Publishing Plc, An imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2016 Original